Cannot decide between these Yonex shoes

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  1. Kevin Tan

    Kevin Tan New Member

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    Considering between the Eclipsion Z or the 65Z2?

    Which has better cushioning and which is lighter*? I also wonder which is more durable?

    *I know the 65Z2 weighs 290g but can't find the weight of the Eclipsion Z anywhere..

    I mainly play on parquet so I think better cushioning will be better for me. I also assume a lighter shoe would mean faster footwork or less tired feet?

    Many thanks!
     
  2. Stever7425

    Stever7425 Regular Member

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    Eclipsion Z is a heavy comfortable shoe.. 65z2 is a good combination of lightweight and comfort, this along with 65z are the best yonex shoes imo.


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    i use 03z it's very good for ankle sprained protection and eclipsion z is the successor. recomended for 30+ age

    65z2 would be lighter and faster but less ankle protection. 65z is the yonex best performances shoes between aerus (fastest) and eclipsion z (protection) series.

    cushion and durability should be par.

    +1 eclipsion z
     
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    chongkiatz Regular Member

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    Eclipsion Z is same weight as the shb03z , i got the 27cm with weight 353gram , EZ is really a very comfortable shoes compare to shb03z , didn't try the 65z so no comment about that shoes
     
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    DinB Regular Member

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    How about the comfort Z 2? How is the cushioning compared to the Eclipsion Z?
     

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